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Breville smart oven tips/tricks?

poochiechow | Aug 22, 201412:29 PM     59

one of the first wedding gifts we received was the Breville smart oven... as you can imagine, i'm crazy excited about it! i tried making eggs en cocotte last night... unfortunately about halfway through, i remembered reading in another smart-oven related chow.com thread that preheating doesn't mean it's the right temperature (much like my regular oven - you'd think i'd know by now). womp-womp. i went back and read DuffyH's helpful work-around in that thread, and i will be employing that in the future...

anyway, i know lots of CHers have smart ovens and love them. so in the interest of not messing up TOO many kitchen projects while i learn to work this thing, what are your best tips for using it and/or your favorite thing to make in it?

ETA: tips for convection cooking totally welcome too. i'm not at all used to that.

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